Music concertgoers paid more than $1.5 billion this year for North American shows, beating the five-year record of $1.4 billion thanks to skyrocketing ticket prices, trade magazine Pollstar has…
The 10-year rights logjam that kept what many critics feel is one of the most important films of post-war cinema from U.S. homevideo distribution has finally been resolved.
As normally bitter rivals News Corp. and Time Warner continue to make nice with one another, the latest example of their newfound cooperation comes on the stations front.
Fox Kids has gone psycho for "Joe Psycho & MooFrog Cartoonshow," an animated project the network is developing as a series.
While the other broadcast nets performed like they were taking a Christmas break last week, wrestling-fortified UPN just kept bulking up. Every net except UPN set lows of some historical significance…
With the turn of the millennium still a few days away, Pax TV is already facing a Y2K glitch of tremendous proportions. Sources said the plug has been pulled at the last minute on "Millennium Live…
KABC rocketed past KNBC in the November sweeps local demo ratings, posting double-digit gains across the board over the same period last year for the cut-throat 4, 5 and 6 p.m. news races.
Graham Fuller, executive editor of Interview magazine, will not be celebrating his 10th anniversary with Andy Warhol's old rag.
Thailand's censorship committee on Tuesday banned "Anna and the King," branding it an insult to the monarchy and a distortion of Thai history.
Carlton Communications sold Solid State Logic for £43.5 million ($69.6 million) to venture capitalist 3i.
Gotham's burgeoning microbudget film community is going back to the future. For "Burnt," Raphael Nadjari's follow-up to his Un Certain Regard Cannes selection "The Shade," the French director has…
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